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Routering and responsive layout with Oracle JET

by Herman Brunnekreef on February 5, 2016 · 0 comments

Tweet After creating two single JET-pages (here), I want to create a JET application with navigation and a responsive layout. Here are some pictures how the application looks like after building it: This is the startscreen of the application: When “Table” is selected, there is a submenu where a user can make another selection: When […]

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Oracle CCI and OJAudit SonarQube Plugins

by rcats on January 28, 2016 · 0 comments

In this blog I introduce to you two sonarQube plugins for Oracle FMW products. The CCI (Code Compliance Inspector) plugin and the OJAudit plugin. Both plugins use standard JDeveloper tooling for screening the sources of your JDeveloper project and place the result in a XML report.

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Create an input form with Oracle JET

January 21, 2016

After creating my first JET-application I want to know more of Oracle JET. I want to create a web form that saves the input in the database through a REST-service.

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Visualize database data with Oracle JET

January 18, 2016

I’m very interested in Oracle JET. So I followed the Hands-on Lab from OOW 2015. In this tutorial you’re going to build a Select component and a Data Visualization Chart component. In this tutorial the data for the chart component is based on static data. I want that the chart is based on data in a database.

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Angular 2 is coming. And it’s a big deal.

December 16, 2015

Angular is not new. The first version of this javascript framework saw the light of day in 2009, and back then it already was an impressive framework for building complex, singlepage browser applications with Javascript (EcmaScript 5 or ES5 and the soon-to-be-released ES6 language), Typescript or Dart.

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A nifty way to refresh page regions in Oracle APEX

November 16, 2015

Not all regions in APEX can be refreshed using the PPR mechanism. Especially PL/SQL regions are difficult to refresh. Not impossible! With the use of a tiny bit of JQuery and an application process, you will be able to update a region asynchronously. I’ll show you how…

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Sorting ADF tables using Selenium

November 5, 2015

A couple of days ago I wrote my first blogpost about using Selenium for (unit)testing the user interface of an ADF application. This was more of a global blogpost about accessing ADF elements through Selenium. This time I am describing the solution of a more specific problem: Sorting ADF table components ascending or descending on a specific column.

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Testing ADF with Selenium: Accessing elements through multiple regions

November 2, 2015

In my current project we use Selenium for (unit)testing the ADF user interfaces of the application. Most pages of our application contain multiple (nested) regions with elements that need to be filled or clicked using Selenium. One of the problems we ran into was that ADF does not always generate the exact same ID for an element at runtime, especially when the element is a child of multiple nested regions.

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NoSQL quick 101 with Oracle NoSQL v3.4

October 20, 2015

Since I wrote my Whitebook “What is NoSQL And How Do I Use It”, some things have changed. Also I found out some things were not quite clear.

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Use SOAP-UI to correlate messages

September 29, 2015

At a project where I work I had an issue. Messages are put on a queue with the help of SOAP-UI and HermesJMS. The response message is put by the OSB on a separate response queue. In the request message there is a correlationID defined. I want that SOAP-UI checks the correlationID in the response message so that this does match the correlationID in the request message.

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